The greatest »warrior« for the poorest, the oppressed workers, and the promotor of the left-wing ideologies at the national television, the host of Studio City Marcel Štefančič junior, has been richly rewarded for his work at RTV Slovenia. The Erar application shows that on January 17th, 2020, RTV Slovenia paid him a total sum of 8.000 euros for five issued invoices. In just one month, he received an amount equal to eight minimal gross Slovenian salaries. RTV Slovenia has answered our questions. At the end of the article, you can see the graph of Štefančič’s earnings from the Erar application.
Marcel Štefančič junior and the guests on his Studio City show, spread the decadent anti-capitalistic ideology of cultural Marxism. His show has become a televised version of the Mladina magazine. »Yes, the life of anti-capitalists is really tough. Can you imagine having to issue as many as five bills, worth 8.000 euros in total, to RTV on 17. 1. 2020? And they must all be lower than 2.000 euros,« an angry Twitter user responded to the disclosure of the finances of the host Marcel Štefančič junior. The Erar application shows that on January 17th, 2020, RTV Slovenia paid him a total of 8.000 euros for five issued invoices. In just one day, he received an amount equal to eight minimal gross Slovenian salaries.
Based on his commitment to fight for the average Slovenian worker and vulnerable social groups, one would expect his pay to be even more financially sensitive to all the poorest people in Slovenia. However, he turned out to be just like many other conscious left-wing people, who are always full of talk on the social injustices done to the Slovenian citizens, while they line their pockets with taxpayers’ money.
Marcel Štefančič junior often invites the independent professor from the list of 75 chosen academics to be his guests
Marcel Štefančič junior is considered a contemporary cultural Marxist. Capital is sinister and dangerous, as he so often emphasizes in his texts in Mladina or as the host of Studio City on RTV Slovenia. But any Slovenian citizen would gladly sign the dreamy contract to bash the nasty capitalists every week and get 8.000 euros in one month for it. Following the letter, penned by the 75 left-wing academics, we were able to outline the benefits and bonuses they receive as professors at the faculties. We also exposed Rudi Rizman’s octopus and the long-time taxpayer’s funding of the Peace Institute (Mirovni inštitut). Many of these academics are among the most important guests of Štefančič’s show.
Non-governmental organizations, which cost the Slovenian taxpayers one billion euros, are weekly guests of the Studio City, showcasing their cultural Marxism
In the past, we have revealed a network of non-governmental organizations, which mostly consider themselves independent, even though they support radical left-wing movements. They cost the Slovenian taxpayers more than a billion euros per year, with the media coverage provided by their biggest fan, Štefančič, on his show. There, they can talk about their fairy-tale views on the immigrants, the LGBT community, and the vile capital. However, they would implement the golden Yugoslavian system of self-government and multiculturalism at the first possible opportunity, if they could. Understand that, if you can.